"Catpacks" Are Real Things + More Karl Lagerfeld Diet Coke in Today's Style Scraps

File Under Wut: "Catpacks," as in ventilated backpacks you can walk around with your cat inside of, have been spotted in Park Slope. [Fucked in Park Slope via Refinery 29]

There's more Karl Lagerfeld Diet Coke bottles to come! He's creating three more designs that will be distributed throughout Europe starting in April. [WWD]

Though Rodarte designed all of Natalie Portman's costumes in Black Swan, the Mulleavy sisters won't get any credit for them when the movie likely wins the Oscar for costume design. Rodarte allegedly didn't negotiate credits into their contract, and, additionally, weren't members of the Costume Designers Guild when they joined the film. The award, instead, will go to designer Amy Wescott because she has "front credit" on the film. Blah. [THR via Fashionista]

Check out PAPERMAG contributor/photographer Angela Pham's roundup of the 36 hottest subway riders spotted around town. The L train is apparently the most smokin'. [Refinery 29]

Behold, furry Sperry for Band of Outsiders chukkas. Perfect for a nightmare. [SlamXHype]

Get your Kate Lanphear stationary courtesy of New York label Tibi [RackedNY]

Whoops, Gilt included a bathroom scale in their Valentine's Day gift guide "for her." Something tell us any "her" would smash said scale over "his" head if that's what she unwrapped on February 14th. [Racked]

The Internet is titterting (sorry), over this photo of Miranda Kerr breastfeeding hers and Orlando Bloom's newborn son. [Fashionista]

Supernatually beautiful model Liya Kebede appears in a new short called In the Woods, co-starring Yoko Ono and Rufus Wainright and directed by Jennifer Elster. [The Cut]

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